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orange fire strain

Orange fire strain

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Orange fire strain

Generally, this strain is listed as an indica-leaning hybrid, but my dispensary listed Orange 43 as a sativa. I’m not sure if this is a misprint, or simply how this strain ultimately shaped up when cultivated and tested, or if this cross is slightly different than other Orange 43 strains out there. For what it’s worth, the buds are more sativa-like in appearance, and also seemed to function like a sativa when vaped.

Both Josh D and Song brands are cultivated by Calyx Peak out of Akron, Ohio. Previously, their cannabis was sold in white glass bottles. Unfortunately, this made it impossible for patients to see the cannabis they were buying. But that’s all changed! The new and improved glass bottles are now clear which makes it much easier to see your cannabis.
Appearance is a bit frosty as cannabis trichomes bath every inch of the bud colas. It’s almost as if these two buds were each made of smaller pieces, constructed and painstakingly glued back together by the sticky trichomes.

The orange aroma is likely so strong because of the terpene, Terpinolene, which adds a strong pine note to the existing Limonene terpenes. These terps combine both pine and lemon accents to create an aroma that perfectly captures the essence of orange zest, or an orange peel.
Be aware, this scent is very strong, almost like a solvent or surface cleaner. Leave this bottle open for just a few minutes and expect that space to smell like a summer orange grove in mere minutes.
I vaped this medical cannabis with an Arizer ExtremeQ vaporizer. I like to start my first bag at a lower temperature to open the terpenes, and work up to a higher temp to vaporize the cannabinoids.
Labels and logos are still generally the same as before. Test results are easy to read on the back of the bottle, and the twist-off cap shouldn’t be too much of a struggle for patients with pain in their hands or fingers. Calyx Peak’s cannabis strains have always been packaged very well, but this new bottle is a solid step forward for them.
Orange 43 continues the strong orange through-thread when vaped, though the intense aroma isn’t quite as strong in terms of taste, but that’s not a bad thing. Orange peel is a great scent, but not really the best flavor. Here, the terpenes mix in some rather unique ways, providing a gentle, relaxing vape with a refreshing, almost minty taste, and a lovely current of sweetness.

To add more orange notes to this strain, I’d recommend drinking a refreshing mimosa, or simply a glass of orange juice, or a tea with dried orange peel.

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